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If you live close to the clinic, your partner may be able to collect a semen sample at home. If not, they'll do this in a private room. The reason it helps if you live close to the doctor's office is that the sperm must be "washed" in a laboratory within 1 hour of ejaculation.

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"Most studies have majority-white samples or are conducted in a European context," he said. But "we all know that black men who have sex with men are disproportionately impacted by HIV. And interestingly, over half of trans women living with HIV are black."

The public reaction to these images reminded me about an image that scarred the world just this last September. The picture I speak of is the photograph of Alan Kurdi, the little boy whose body was found washed upon a beach after his refugee family had attempted to flee Syria. This photograph gained so much controversy, however it sparked a conversation that no one wanted to talk about so much before.

Having watched every previous season of "AHS," I've developed a habit of combing through the scenes of each episode in search of some deeper meaning in a way that this series has not entirely earned. I'm not alone on this, I'm sure. Since Season 1, "Murder House," fans of "AHS" have stretched and grabbed for clues and theories on how one character or one season will tie into the next which, we should have now learned after 11 seasons, is apropos of nothing. Don't get me wrong, I love "American Horror Story" in a way I've previously described as being unconditional, but this isn't "Twin Peaks" we're working with here. And yet, seeing the crime scene we just went over transition to a scene in which Dr. Hannah Wells (Billie Lourd) is analyzing amoeba samples taken from a dead deer on Fire Island that show some manner of mutation, I couldn't help but think of "Red Tide," part one of last year's season, "Double Feature." 041b061a72


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